If a husband is the primary on a loan and the wife is co-signer and they divorce who is responsible for a repossession?
Both, and the judge or attorneys on both sides will come to a conclusion on who pays what. Both are responsible though. If the wife was a home maker the entire marriage you might be in trouble.
If you cosigned for a vehicle with your husband before you were divorced and are now divorced and the vehicle is repossessed can you be charged with grand larceny?
In the event (as I believe you are asking) you received the vehicle in the divorce settlment, and then the vehicle was repossessed, AND your exhusband was on the loan as the primary or cosigner, AND the lender has gone after him and secured some sort of payment (either voluntary or by garnishee), then yes. You contracted to pay the note. You received the vehilce by civil judgment (the divorce), that fact does not negate…
He is not responsible for medical bills incurred for his ex-wife's medical care unless that provision was included in the divorce decree and separation agreement. He should review his divorce decree. Many decrees provide that the husband continue the existing medical insurance for a period of time. He is not responsible for medical bills incurred for his ex-wife's medical care unless that provision was included in the divorce decree and separation agreement. He should review…
What can be done to you in Florida if you are the cosigner on a vehicle that is up for repossession but your husband is in possession of the vehicle and they cannot find it?
When two couples divorce and the ex wife is a cosigner what notification should she receive when his car is repossessed?
What can you do if you and your husband co-signed for a car and you're now divorced and he was responsible for debt but didn't pay and the car was repossessed and sold and now he's threatening to sue?
If the responsibility for the debt belonging to your husband was a part of your documented divorce paperwork, you can basically tell your ex-husband he doesn't have a leg to stand on. If you don't have anything in writing that says your ex-husband, and NOT you, was responsible for the debt, you may be partly responsible financially.